What is the Alexander Technique?

The Alexander Technique is a scientifically sound method for problem solving the cause of pain, stress, undue tension and fatigue. The process involves gradual unlearning of harmful lifetime postural habits. With skilled instruction, practice and patience, the body can regain its natural poise, balance and coordination, resulting in reduction or elimination of debilitating symptoms, and the emergence of freer and more fluid motion.

 

 

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The Alexander Technique involves a continual emphasis on the means we employ to achieve our aims. The goal of the technique may be defined as ensuring that our means are always rationally and physiologically the best for our purposes.
-Michael Gelb